Diploma of Sports Development – SIS50612

Diploma of Sports Development (SIS50612)

1. Description

This qualification is to provide the knowledge and skills for career in sports development. It is designed for specialized career results as manage competition, sports facilities, identify athletes and also developing.

2. Course Outcomes

This course is to provide a study focused on sports industry by extend of their own skills and knowledges through their projects. It will be good opportunity to develop expertise in the following areas.

Career opportunity

– Competition manager
– Program developer (Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Horse Riding, Taekwondo)
– Sport development manager (Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Horse Riding, Taekwondo)

3. Duration

This diploma course completed in 2 years for full time students also part-time available.

4. Training Location

This course is in NSW, Canberra and Gold Coast campuses which has fantastic opportunity to excess diverse types of sports.
Training Venues
Level3, 9-11 Blaxland Road Rhodes, NSW 2138
136 Hering Road Macquarie Park, NSW 2113
36 Randwick Road Lyneham, ACT 2602
221 Nerang Broadbeach Rd, Carrara QLD 4211

# Facility
Horse Racing Course
– Full track of Horse Racing Course
Complex sports center
– Tennis court (40 courts)
– Swimming pool (25m)
– Golf driving range / 9 hole golf course
– Gym
– Seminar room/function room
– Café
– Multi sports store
– Children playroom
– Classrooms

5. Costs 2018

Course Fees

Fees for full-time students of SIS50612 – Diploma of Sports Development are:
Each Semester $6,000.00 (within three weeks from the start of the term), Scholarship

6. Entry Requirements

This qualification has no formal entry criteria however A.C.C has the following selection criteria for this qualification:
– School leavers must have completed Year 12 or equivalent
– Students who have completed year 12 or equivalent are selected according to eligibility
and merit, vocational experience, previous study and personal competencies

If you’re under 17 years of age, special enrolment conditions may apply.

7. Training Process

Full time – two days of classes and tutorial, online study.

In general terms, training will be provided through:
– Classes or workshop that are held every week
– Private study time for each subject
– One-on- one or group tutoring by a qualified trainer
– Practicum in sports centers

this may be either over the Skype, in the Classes,
– d) Small group study with a qualified trainer
– e) Completion of a range of assignments such as Journals, Written assignment, Project, Report, Performance test, Presentation, Small group work and Reading materials

8. Teaching Schedule

2018 Term 1
SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes

Week Commencing Activity Other activities
1 Introduction + Nutrition Assessment
2 Energy : Energy requirements for training and performance Audio-visual materials Audio-visual materials
3 Assignment Development : Introduction to the Applied Sports Nutrition Assignment Tutorial
4 Fluids: Fluid requirements during exercise class discussion
5 Content Support Activities + Fad Diets Audio-visual materials
6 Protein and Exercise (Lecture): Protein requirements for exercise and performance. Content review
7 Dietary Fat and Exercise
8 Team Sports Field Work
9 Sports foods and supplements. (Lecture): Sports foods + ergogenic aids and supplements. Tutorial
10 Sports Nutrition Research (Lecture): Sports Nutrition Research class discussion

2018 Term 1
SISSSCO101 Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices

Week Commencing Activity Other activities
1 Introduction: coaching practices
2 Motivation and Behaviour Content review
3 Communication Tutorial
4 Coaching Style : Group management Audio-visual materials
5 Motor Control and Skill: Games Sense Audio-visual materials
6 eaching technical skills: Training to Compete Audio-visual materials
7 Teaching tactical skills FIELD WORK
8 Training and Conditioning for sports FIELD WORK
9 knowledge of coaching practices Tutorial
10 Develop of coaching practices Content review / class discussion

9. Assessment Policies

Each unit was designed for accredited training in Sport Development with vocational outcomes. It will train students to achieve learning outcomes and units of competency through proper training, assessment processes and tools.
Each assessment method was designed to cover units of competency.
Students who successfully completed all the requirements of each training stage graduate diploma course which means they get the result of “competent” in all subjects.
Final Academic Transcripts will show results only for subjects/units assessed as

C Competent

NYC Not Yet Competent.

When students are satisfactory in all assessments, they get the result of “Competent” When they are not satisfactory in a certain assessment, they get “Not Yet Competent” The student whose result is “Not Yet Competent” is going to have second chance to resubmit the assignment.
When the result of the second submitted assignment is still not satisfactory, the student need to pay a penalty that is 50 dollars per assignment and will get another chance to submit their assignment and that will be the last chance. If the student does not pass the subject, the student needs to enroll the whole subject again. In that case the student should pay a full payment for that subject.

10. Equity and Access Consideration

Australia Christian College is highly committed to equity and access policy to help students with disabilities that need help in completing the course. A.C.C may play a role in overcoming barriers or provide access to external services. If necessary, course delivery and assessing methods may be modified to take into account of their circumstances while maintaining integrity of the unit of competency. (See ‘ Students with Special Needs’ on your student handbook for the further details)

11. Course Structure

SIS50612 – Diploma of Sports Development, students must satisfactorily complete the subjects in the following table. Diploma course includes 20 subjects (11 core units and 9 electives), approximately 1550 hours of study.

SIS50612 – Diploma of Sports Development

Core units 11 subjects class Field practice online Sub total
BSBADM52B Manage meeting 35 23 20 78
ICAICT308A Use advanced features of computer applications 35 23 20 78
SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information 35 23 20 78
SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes 35 23 20 78
SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology 35 23 20 78
SISXCAI306A Facilitate groups 35 23 20 78
SISXCCS403A Determine needs of client populations 35 23 20 78
SISXIND404A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles 35 23 20 78
SISXIND406A Manage projects 35 23 20 78
SISXRSK502A Manage organizational risks 35 23 20 78
SISXWHS402 Implement and monitor work health and safety policies 35 22 20 77

Elective units 9 subjects class Field practice online Sub total
CUAWHS501 Maintain a high level of fitness for performance 35 22 20 77
SISOEQO515A Manage stable maintenance 35 22 20 77
SISSSCO101 Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices 35 22 20 77
SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs 35 22 20 77
SISSSCO304 Customize coaching for athletes with specific needs 35 22 20 77
SISSSCO410 Implement a talent identification program 35 22 20 77
SISSSCO411 Apply self-management to intermediate level coaching 35 22 20 77
SISSSCO512 Assist athletes to prevent and manage injury and illness 35 22 20 77
SISSSCO513 Plan and implement high performance training and recovery Programs 35 22 20 77
700 450 400 1550

Diploma of sport development curriculum

Core units 11 subjects
BSBADM52B Manage meeting
ICAICT308A Use advanced features of computer applications
SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information
SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes
SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology
SISXCAI306A Facilitate groups
SISXCCS403A Determine needs of client populations
SISXIND404A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles
SISXIND406A Manage projects
SISXRSK502A Manage organizational risks
SISXWHS402 Implement and monitor work health and safety policies

Elective units 9 subjects
CUAWHS501 Maintain a high level of fitness for performance
SISOEQO515A Manage stable maintenance
SISSSCO101 Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices
SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs
SISSSCO304 Customize coaching for athletes with specific needs
SISSSCO410 Implement a talent identification program
SISSSCO411 Apply self-management to intermediate level coaching
SISSSCO512 Assist athletes to prevent and manage injury and illness
SISSSCO513 Plan and implement high performance training and recovery Programs

12. Time schedule

2018 semester 1
Term 1 SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes
SISSSCO101 Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices
Term 2 ICAICT308A Use advanced features of computer
CSISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information
BSBADM502B Manage meeting

2018 semester 2
Term 3 SISXCAI306A Facilitate groups
SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology
Term 4 SISXIND404A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles
SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs
SISSSCO411 Apply self-management to intermediate level coaching
2019 semester 1
Term 1  SISXWHS402 Implement and monitor work health and safety policies
SISSSCO410 Implement a talent identification program
Term 2 CUAWHS501 Maintain a high level of fitness for performance
SISSSCO513 Plan and implement high performance training and recovery Programs
SISSSCO304 Customize coaching for athletes with specific needs

2019 semester 2
Term 3 SISOEQO515A Manage stable maintenance
SISSSCO512 Assist athletes to prevent and manage injury and illness
Term 4 SISXCCS403A Determine needs of client populations
SISXIND406A Manage projects
SISXRSK502A Manage organizational risks